Tag Archives: Web Development

Do too many .htaccess redirect commands affect performance?

We’re doing a site move for one of our sites and in the process we’re having to change a lot of URLs. So we need to setup a lot of redirects from the old URLs to the new ones.

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What do *, ^, . etc. mean in .htaccess files?

Ok I don’t have a formal education in computer science or programming so I didn’t actually know what the f*ck to call the symbols used in a .htaccess file like *, ^, . , (*) etc. I had searched far … Continue reading

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How To 301 Redirect An Entire Directory

Looking at ways here to redirect an entire directory to a single page because we are moving a site from wordpress to silverstripe and want to redirect all our tags and category pages to a single page.

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How Important Are Keywords In URLs?

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As part of our move to a new CMS we need to change some of our URL structure. So how important is our URL structure and page URLs for SEO?

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Changing URLs For Pages On Your Site

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Considering changing some page organisation on your site? What is important when changing URLs for multiple pages on your site?

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Designing Search Engine & User-Friendly URLs

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Don’t make mistakes that will haunt your site forever! URL structure tips you cannot ignore from web authorities W3C and Google.

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What You Can’t Do With WordPress | WordPress Limitations

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Search for what you can’t do with wordpress and google will ask ‘did you mean: what can you do with WordPress?’.

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How To Setup A 301 Redirect

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To do a 301 redirect you need to open your htaccess file on the server. Don’t worry it’s actually very simple. The htaccess file should be in the root of your site. You can get to it using an FTP … Continue reading

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